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Old 11-23-03, 07:12 PM   #1
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Wheel Weight


I ride a recumbent with 20" Weinmann ZAC 20x1.75/406, and Weinmann ZAC 26x1.75/559 wheels. Can anyone tell me what each of these weigh?

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Here's a link that has a lot of info on the W/Zac 26" wheel. Being a durable entry-level MTB wheel,weight would probably not be as crucial,like it would be on a road bike.

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